Service Driver – Initial Medical (Bristol)

Service Driver – Initial Medical – Bristol

£15,660 + expenses paid + RI Rewards + customer service incentives worth up to £2,000 per year

“Looking for more than just a job? If you’re looking for a challenging role in an exciting business then Rentokil Initial is the company for you!”

“We are currently looking for a Service Driver within our Initial Medical division, based out of our Bristol branch. You will be delivering to customers on the routes in Bristol and the surrounding areas.”

“Initial Medical Services is a high service, profitable business and is a market leader in the collection and disposal of clinical, hazardous and offensive waste streams. Our markets include dentists, GP’s, nursing homes to name a few. We are a truly national company with a network of seven branches spanning the country.”


As the Service Driver you are responsible for providing clinical waste collection to service our customers such as doctors, dentists and nursing homes to ensure total satisfaction whilst ensuring that servicing customer requirements is in accordance to service schedules and routes on your area.

The day to day duties of this role will include the following:

  • Ensuring calls are completed in route order within stated working hours
  • Ensure that service procedures, processes and systems of work issued are followed
  • Complete all hazardous waste consignment notes accurately and correctly
  • Have knowledge and understanding of the product range and provision of service


Candidates must hold a full UK driving licence with no more than 6 points. Having an ADR Certificate would be desirable but not essential as training can be provided for this in addition to a Digital Tachograph card.

In return we offer you a competitive salary of £15,660, an opportunity to earn a monthly bonus up to £200, and regular overtime in addition to leads, commission and quarterly team incentives.

More details at—initial-medical/job

If you decide to apply, please tell them that you saw this on The Clinical Waste Discussion Forum, and Good Luck.



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